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Certainly, these costumes are easy to laugh at, but the time to rail against them has come and gone.

Scientific observation, rather than being a place of respite from fear, itself has become something else to rail against.

In any case, Burgess likes to rail against these pushy liberals and their tricky, communistic light bulbs.

Just because it worked once to rail against the Affordable Care Act, doesn't mean it will work for all time.

Lawmakers can throw bombs and rail against the establishment because that is what voters want.

Why do they rail against Palmer, while they do not disprove, and hardly dispute, the truth of any one fact sworn to by him?

Shall we, therefore, rail against the police, or the vulgar ideals of the mob whose minions they are?

It is melancholy, rather than amusing, to hear men of a certain age rail against the faults and extravagance of their juniors.

It is not my intention to rail against the short-comings of the day.

It should be my literary specialty to rail against literature.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to rail against, such as: abuse, admonish, assail, berate, blame, and castigate.

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